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 ====== Living with the Griffin iTrip AutoPilot ====== ====== Living with the Griffin iTrip AutoPilot ======
  
-This trick, from an [[http://​www.amazon.com/​review/​R24E7MJ8RKHX3H/​ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm|Amazon review]] by Theseus, makes the iTrip usable...+//This trick, from an [[http://​www.amazon.com/​review/​R24E7MJ8RKHX3H/​ref=cm_cr_rdp_perm|Amazon review]] by Theseus, makes the iTrip usable...//
  
 You can make this unit tune to 87.9 FM to broadcast. This is a "​hidden"​ feature (a.k.a. Easter Egg) of the device. If you go into the settings menu under "​Mode"​ you have the option to do Stereo/Mono on the right and to enable/​disable "​SmartSound"​ on the left. In the middle there is simply the logo for "​Griffin"​ displayed on the screen. Normally it's at the bottom of the screen (bottom center). If you press and hold the center button under it for about 10 seconds, it will jump to the top-center position. This will open the transmitter up to transmit on frequencies less than 88.1 FM.  You can make this unit tune to 87.9 FM to broadcast. This is a "​hidden"​ feature (a.k.a. Easter Egg) of the device. If you go into the settings menu under "​Mode"​ you have the option to do Stereo/Mono on the right and to enable/​disable "​SmartSound"​ on the left. In the middle there is simply the logo for "​Griffin"​ displayed on the screen. Normally it's at the bottom of the screen (bottom center). If you press and hold the center button under it for about 10 seconds, it will jump to the top-center position. This will open the transmitter up to transmit on frequencies less than 88.1 FM. 
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